The largest hindu organisation in Fiji, Shree Sanatan Dharm Pratinidhi Sabha of Fiji has sent its National President, Sarju Prasad on leave pending investigations.
The newly elected National Executive Council has appointed a committee to look into the allegation and will discuss on the report of the investigating team before any decisions are made.
The Executive Council says at this point in time, all allegations are confidential and nothing further can be communicated to the media.
The newly elected council members say they are working towards bringing in transparency and accountability within the Sanatan Sabha of Fiji.
It also seeks to amend the constitution and set a new vision of uniting all Sanatan followers under one umbrella.
Sanatan Sabha will conduct a full scale consultation with all relevant stakeholders, under the leadership of newly appointed Interim President, Dhirendra Nand and develop a 5 year strategic development plan to uplift the Sanatan organization.
Meanwhile Nand has urged the Sanatan followers to prepare well for the Diwali celebration with fellow Fijians and pray for peace and prosperity for each and every one.
The national Diwali celebration will be held at Samabula Shiv Mandir in Suva on the 22nd of this month.
Meanwhile Sarju Prasad says he has been asked by the National Executive Council to take his leave and he has very happily taken it and is enjoying it.
Prasad says he does not know about any allegations against him and it is for the Committee, the National Secretary to comment on.
He adds he is still the National President.
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